LAHORE Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif has said that the government is using all resources on the talented students besides taking revolutionary steps to polish their faculties. He said Punjab House Murree, recently built at a cost of millions of rupees, has been reserved for educational activities and now a Youth Talent Development Centre is being set up there. He said that an auditorium will also be built in Murree for holding seminars and discussions on educational and scientific topics and training courses for students. The CM said this while presiding over a meeting regarding the use of newly-constructed building of Punjab House Murree for educational activities, here Tuesday. The chief minister said that the said newly building has been handed over to Punjab Educational Endowment Fund to use it for educational activities of position-holder students both in curricular and co-curricular fields. He said that the decision to convert Punjab House Murree into an education centre is an effort to provide resources to talented students who are future of Pakistan and have shown their talent despite financial constraints. He said that educational delegations proceeding abroad, students studying in foreign universities with the help of Punjab government, position-holder students of various boards and special children will be benefiting from Punjab House building. He said that for the first time students from district, tehsil and markaz level will also be included in the educational activities at this centre. He said that an effective awareness campaign should be launched among students and parents about the Punjab Educational Endowment Fund so that maximum students could benefit from this fund. The chief minister directed that a plan should be chalked out regarding curricular and co-curricular activities for the next one year at the Youth Talent Development Centre set up in the building of Punjab House Murree. He also directed for the purchase of two buses for the centre to facilitate students. He said that communication skill should be made an essential part of the training course for students. He said that a suitable site should be selected in Murree to set up a state-of-the-art auditorium for educational activities. Shahbaz Sharif urged position-holder students who have returned from study tour of Europe to select the best college in every district of the province and inform students about their experience and observations during the tour and later should also visit the other three provinces and Pakistan Occupied Kashmir for this purpose. He also issued instructions for the release of funds for Youth Talent Development Centre.